InterTradeIreland in partnership with DAFM, DAERA and the Marine Institute held a very successful All island Bio Based industries Information & Networking event in the Bernal institute, University of Limerick on 22nd May 2019.
The morning plenary was an opportunity to find out about upcoming calls for Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 2, proposals from the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking. Speakers included representatives from the European commission, BBI experts and relevant government department in Ireland Northern Ireland. In addition, attendees were given the opportunity to hear from several companies who had successfully secured funding under previous calls. The afternoon practical workshop was dedicated to more real life case studies and a practical exercise to scope out a project.
The event turned out to be a great success with attendees from both Ireland and Northern Ireland sharing best practise and networking.
Get in touch with InterTradeIreland for more information. View presentations and photos from the event below.
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